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. >>> danella, thank you. 6:03. angie goff is at the live desk with breaking news out of north korea. >> world powers are angry and preparing right now for an emergency meeting after north korea successfully conducts a nuclear test. since our last report, we've learned from experts the underground explosion had twice the power of the country's second test in 2009. right now japan is collecting air samples looking for traces of radioactive substances. president obama immediately called the test a highly provocative act and north korea went ahead with the test in d y defiance of -- even by china. looking ahead, the test will draw more sanctions against the north from the u.s. and other countries. at the live desk, angie goff, news 4. >>> this nuclear test comes as president obama prepares to call for a reduction in america's nuclear arsenal. we learned that he will talk about that proposal tonight during his state of the union address. the white house says the president is putting the finishing touches on the speech. focus will be primarily on the economy. and the billions of dollars in budget
keg- [angie laughs -causes reverberations across the globe. you saw it in asia, you saw it in commodities, you even saw stock start to really take pause and note of that. so really, we know what is really driving behind this market. so, that is number one. secondly, the sequestration process and debt ceiling is upon us again, as well as, let's not forget, italian elections later this month, which could have some impact on europe and maybe could be a little eventful as far as things go over there, which could impact u.s. markets as well. > what do you view as money- makers in this market? > > it is almost like anything you touched here in this rally's been ok, but i more favor stocks that supply the infrastructure, such as some industrials, materials, perhaps shying away from overvalued sectors like utilities and telecoms. i still like perhaps some of the minors, and some of these mlp and pipeline plays or energy infrastructure plays as well. so there are ways, there's places to go in the market here. but i do think the rising tide lifted all boats, so as the market corre
's beautiful a dramatic ending to a days' long standoff. how the >>> i'm angie goff with breaking news out of iran. we're hearing that they're saying that their country plans to send their first astronauts into space by the year of 2018. officials saying that the flight will be of two trained iranian astronauts and it's slated between 2016 and 2018. the first mission will be go into sub orbital space where they'll be for about 30 minutes. this is the latest in a series of statements from iranian officials. last week they had a successful launch of a monkey into space. now, of course, tehran's nuclear and space programs have raised concerns with many people out in the west, as they suspect they could be using these missions as cover-ups for military purposes. at the live desk, angie goff, news 4. >>> today the fbi will check for explosives inside an underground bunker after rescuing a boy held hostage for close to a week. late yesterday afternoon, the fbi raided the bunker of 65-year-old jimmy lee dykes and saved that little boy. dykes died in the attack. it's not sure whether he took his o
also warned earnings this year will be far below expectations. "angie's list" was a huge gainer. check out this chart! the company surprised wall street by reporting a fourth quarter profit insteadf a loss. that pushed the stock up more than 20%. the online review site was able to cut costs while boosting revenues. angie's also expects first quarter sales to come in ahead of estimates. skechers also swung to a fourth quarter profit thanks to big gains in sales of women's shoes. earnings were much stronger than expected, catapulting the shares over 10%. now, besides the deals for heinz and a.m.r. that we told you about at the top of the program, there were some other deals in the spotlight today. investors slurped up anheuser- busch shares on optimism it will get s. regulatory approval to buy mexican brewer grupo modelo. that's the maker of corona beer. anheuser is offering to sell the rights to corona and other grupo modelo brands in the united states to constellation brands as a concession to get regulatory approval. shares of constellation skyrocketed 37% to almost $44 while annheuse
to have you here in person. > >it's great to be here. thanks angie. > >thanks for stopping by. let's talk about this roth 401k ira idea that's new. what's happening there exactly? > >about half of employers that offer 401k plans also offer what's known as the roth 401k. which is just basically another option for people when they're making their contributions. rather than putting in the money before it's taxed and then having to pay takes in retirement when you take it out the roth is the opposite of that. you pay taxes now, but the withdrawals in retirement are tax free. > >but doesn't that mean a big hit up front for some people? > >if you're looking at converting some of your existing 401k balance into the roth 401k yes you will pay a big tax because all that money that previously hadn't been taxed now gets treated as taxable income. so i think that's going to be a hindrance to a lot of people being able to take advantage of it because you have to pay those taxes with money outside the 401k for it to really pay off. > >what are some other places then to put money? > >look at an ira. a l
at that time. >>> let's go to the live desk with angie goff. >> breaking news out of iran, aaron. a suicide bomber rams his car killing four people. two soldiers. it happened north of baghdad. we're hearing that more than a dozen people were hurt. this is a violent hotspot. on monday, 22 people were killed after another suicide bombing. the victims, sunni fighters who were collecting their salaries outside militia headquarters. at the live desk, angie goff, news 4. >>> congress will begin looking at plans to overall the nation's unemployment laws. the house judiciary committee will hold its first hearing on the issue. the committee plans to hold several more in the coming months. its republican chairman hopes the hearings lead to at least one immigration reform bill in the house. president obama unveiled the proposal last week. >>> we'll have to wait until spring for congress to wage a bitter battle over the debt limit in the nation. president obama signed into law a bill that raises the government's borrowing limit through the middle of may. it will allow the government to continue paying
to almost $10 in just three months. >>> angie goff is at the live desk. >>> thank you, aaron. president obama just released a individual wroe on the white house blog that is close to his roots. take a listen. >> over the years, i've been greatly moved by the warmth and spirit, the strength and resolve of the kenyan people and i've been grateful for my connection to kenya and how you've welcomed me and my family to your beautiful country. >> using a swahili greeting, the president -- to be nonviolent when kenyans go to the polls next month. this is the first national election since 2007 when the presidential vote there turned violent. 1,000 people died. angie goff, back to you. >>> back here at home, we're learning that sunday's super bowl blackout may not have been a total shock. in fact, engineers in new orleans were apparently concerned about something like this happening in october. we have a memo from the louisiana stadium and exposition district which operates the superdome in new orleans. that memo is dated october 15th and it warns that tests on the dome's electrical feeders show
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. shares of angie's list were sharply high er after the online website swung to a profit in the first quarter. sketcher s shares got a price pop, as well. women's shoes have done particularly quell. also, value clicks werings beat the street's expectations. the internet advertising company's revenue strengthened and real estate information provider zillow posted better-than-expected earnings. shares were up pretty sharply. you can see up by about 7.8% with that last tick. also, apply materials reported a drop in quarterly profit but the results still beat the street. but there were some big losers in the after hours trading. weight watchers, you think about losing and normally that's a good thing for this stock. but after the bell yesterday, the company warned fewer people are signing up for its weight-loss program in 2013 and that stock was down sharply after hours. >>> whole foods took a mitt. that stock, i believe, was down by about 8%. finally, mondolize, that stock was under a little bit of pressure, as well. >> you saw maria's interview? i watched that yesterday with chambers. a
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